Clarion Inn Fort Morgan

14378 Highway 34, Fort Morgan, Colorado, 80701-8303, United States | 3 star hotel
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This 3 star hotel, located on 14378 Highway 34, Fort Morgan, is near Fort Morgan Museum, Jackson Reservoir, Sherman Street National Historic District, and Brush Creek.
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Travel Blogs from Fort Morgan

Day 3

A travel blog entry by arwenevenstar29 on May 31, 1998

mom,grandad,matt and myself went to Greeley. ate lunch at perkins by a small mall. the four of us shopped. saw some places we don't have at home. we concidered either seeing godzilla or horse whisperer. greeley is an hour out of ft. morgan. matt and i did one of those silly photos. it had monkeys on it and said that it was Marc and Jeff. It's a …

FILL YOUR BELLY WITH CRAB; YOUR EYES...A SUNSET

A travel blog entry by lapetitegrande3 on Jun 23, 2010

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TODAY WE WENT TO WENT SOUVENIR
SHOPPING, THEN TO HAZELS TO EAT
OUR FILL OF CRAB AND SEAFOOD.
SO GOOD, AND YES I DID EAT MY FILL
OF CRAB! THEN, OFF WE ALL WENT
TO FORT MORGAN'S DOCK. MADE IT IN
TIME BUT THE SKY WAS TOO CLOUDY
FOR ANY BEAUTIFUL SUNSET
PICTURES.. SON, TOOK PICTURES OF
LITTLE BIT, GRAMMY, AND HER MOM. ...

Busy, busy!

A travel blog entry by s2sslauren on Jun 19, 2010

... police blocking off intersections, the patriot guard motorcyclists and lots of passerby-er support. When we got to the hotel, the local agents were already hard at work preparing a lasagna dinner for us. We went to a retro bike shop later which featured lots of parts and bikes from the 90s and older to pick up some parts we needed. Brian picked up a tandem bike in Denver which he is now taking a lot of care in decorating and tricking out. We went and ...

Shuffle off to Buffalo

A travel blog entry by maxandpaddy on Aug 27, 2006

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... marks down sides. Passed the longest train ever seen. Must have been about 100 coal cars. We never saw the front and end at the same time from horizon to horizon. At Gillette could see why. From the highway we overlooked a massive opencast coalmine. It was like they had sliced off the top of a hill like a boiled egg and under was just a black pool of coal. It was being mined in layers about 50 ft thick, three depths at the same time. No telling how ...

Crazy horses

A travel blog entry by maxandpaddy on Aug 22, 2006

1 comment, 6 photos

... would look like - higher than the pyramids, Crazy Horse with his hair, and his horses' mane flowing - his arm pointing to his lands. When asked, after the defeat of his people, "where are your lands now" he replied " my lands are where my people lie buried" Fri 25th Aug Visited local museum in Hot Springs - local artefacts/household goods etc. Some odd stuff - padded stool whose legs were made of upturned buffalo horns, and a stuffed and mounted stillborn Siamese calf ...